What are Fixtures and Why they are different from each other?

Benefits of playing stock of playing market games
  • By BYSOS Expert
  • June 04, 2021

Every fixtures are important, know the differences to better understand fixtures in detail.

What are Fixtures?

If anyone asks astrologer, they will say that timing has great importance in life. If you are born before 12:00 PM, then your zodiac will be different, and if it is after 12:00 PM then the map of planets and stars will change. Timing played a great importance in films too - the train that was in Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge, would have been 5 minutes late or would have started 5 minutes early, then it would not have been an iconic scene. Just like that, timing also has a great importance in the stock market.

So, we have created fixtures to help you in a better way. Come, let’s go through the fixtures now:

Fixtures are the whole schedule of contests to be played in the gaming App, indicating when each contest is to be played. It includes the whole list of contests to be played by an individual in the App, indicating the start and end timings of each contests.

In BYSOS – Stock Fantasy Game we have total of three fixtures namely;

  1. Intraday
  2. Opening Bell
  3. Closing Bell

Follow our Weekdays Fixture Calendar:

Fixtures Day Timing
Intraday Monday - Friday 9:15 AM - 3:45 PM
Opening Bell Monday - Friday 10:00 AM - 12:45 PM
Closing Bell Monday - Friday 1:00 PM - 3:45 PM

Let’s see the difference between these fixtures and why are they different from each other:

1. INTRADAY: Intraday trading involves buying and selling stocks within the same trading day. Here stocks are purchased, not to invest, but to earn profits by harnessing the movement of stock indices. Thus, the fluctuations in the prices of the shares are monitored to earn profits from the trading of stocks.

The share prices which are updated at the time of beginning of contest [ i.e 09:15 AM ] is considered as open price.

Ex: If Yes Bank share price is 100/- at 09:15 AM, then it is considered as open price for Intraday.

2. OPENING BELL: In trading terms, the opening bell refers start of a regular trading session on an exchange and open for its normal daily trading sessions. The opening bell gives occasion for exchanges to make news and better market securities during an initial public offering.

The share prices which are updated at the time of beginning of contest [ i.e 10:00 AM ] is considered as open price.

Ex: If Yes Bank share price is 105/- at 10:00 AM, then it is considered as open price for Opening Bell.

3. CLOSING BELL: In trading terms, the closing bell refers to a report at the end of the trading session that gives you an assessment of the primary gainers and losers of the day. The report will provide you with details of any news about the gaining or losing stock that could have attributed to the day’s trend. It will also give you insights into developments in the sectors in which these primary gainers and losers belong.

The share prices which are updated at the time of beginning of contest [ i.e 12:45 PM] is considered as open price.

Ex: If Yes Bank share price is 90/- at 12:45 PM, then it is considered as open price for Closing Bell.

So, following fixtures will not only help you to play the contests and win big, but also helps you to maintain your punctuality in daily life which is a real necessity in modern life! Punctuality and Patience are the virtue!

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